New York at War: Four Centuries of Combat, Fear, and Intrigue in Gotham
The complete history of New York as a military target, from the Indian attacks on Henry Hudson in 1609 through 9/11 and beyond, showing how the Empire City and its inhabitants have been fundamentally shaped by war.
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